Q: i arrived to US last month with B2 visa. i want to change my visa to green card. my sister is Citizen can she request?
If you arrived in the US on a B2 visa and wish to obtain a green card, you may be eligible to do so through a family-based immigration process if you have a qualifying family member who is a US citizen or lawful permanent resident.
If your sister is a US citizen and at least 21 years old, she may be able to sponsor you for a green card. However, it's important to note that the process can be complex and time-consuming, and there are a number of factors that will be considered in determining your eligibility for a green card.
Some of the key factors that will be evaluated include your relationship to your sister, your immigration status and history, your employment and financial situation, and any potential legal issues that may affect your eligibility. It's also worth noting that there may be other family members who could potentially sponsor you for a green card, depending on your specific circumstances.
To begin the process of applying for a green card, you should consider consulting with an experienced immigration attorney who can help guide you through the process and advise you on your options. They can also help you determine whether your sister is the best option for sponsoring you, and help you gather the necessary documentation to support your application.
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